Moles may be present at or may develop during childhood or young adulthood. Moles tend to increase in number during the first two decades of life, and sun exposure can stimulate the body to make more moles. Melanoma is more common in adults but occasionally develops in teenagers.
Cryotherapy is cold spray (liquid nitrogen) used to freeze the wart. It may cause a blister. Multiple treatments are needed about one month apart.
Extract of the common yeast (Candida) that cannot cause an infection but will stimulate the immune system to recognize the wart virus and attack it. Multiple injections may be needed.
Compounded wart formulations containing blistering agents to treat warts. These products can be irritating and may cause a blister. Multiple treatments are needed about one month apart.
After numbing the area the wart will be surgically removed.
Dr. Heidi will also recommend at-home treatments that you can do in between office visits to help treatments be more effective.